May the President Appropriatel Invoke God? Evaluating the Embryonic Stem Cell Veteos10 Rutgers J. L. and Religion (Fall 2008).
Todd C. Peppers & Christopher Zorn,Law Clerk Influence on Supreme Court Decision Making: An Empirical Assessment, 58 DePaul L. Rev. 51 (2008).
CALI in collaboration with Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, has launched the Legal Education Commons, an open, searchable collection of resources designed specifically for use in legal education. Materials include 700,000 federal court decision obtained from public.resource.org and 300 original illustrations from CALI Lessons. The digital collections are expected to grow over time and contributions are welcome
Concurrent with the change in Administrations, the Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents has been replaced by the Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents, effective January 20, 2009.
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Alternative Investment Law Report, EEOC Compliance Manual, Harmon on Patents, Black Letter Law and Commentary, International Labor and Employment Law, Pharmaceutical Law & Industry Daily, Real Estae Law & Industry Report, Tax Planning International Corporate Restructuring, Web Watch, Workplace Immigration Report, and World Climate Change Report have been added.
GPO has integrated Authenticated Congressional Bills into the live Congressional Bills application on GPO Access. Users of this application will notice digital signatures on bills from the 110th and 111th Congresses.
Escape into the Panopticon: Virtual Worlds and the Surveillance Society at Yale Law Journal cite
The inaugeration will be shown all day in the magazine lounge area of the library.
Pleading Civil Rights Claims in the Post-Conley Era, 52 How. L.J. 99 (2008)
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